Tank Hollow Fire Update August 27, 2019
Incident: Tank Hollow Fire Wildfire
Tank Hollow Fire Update
Spanish Fork, Utah, August 27, 2017 - The Tank Hollow fire, burning in the Sheep Creek drainage on the Spanish Fork Ranger District of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, is 3,500 acres and 40% contained. The lightning-caused fire started on August 11th. Fire managers, along with 180 personnel from the U.S Forest Service, State of Utah Department of Natural Resources, Utah Division of Forestry, Fire, and State Lands, and the Bureau of Land Management, are assigned to the fire. The fire is being suppressed to protect critical watershed and transmission lines. A Type II Incident Management Team has been ordered to assist in suppression efforts. Road and campground closures are currently in effect. The area at the Junction of Sheep Creek road (Forest Service Road #051) and Indian Creek road (Forest Service road #042) know as Unicorn Ridge campground and dispersed camping area, including entire segments of Forest Service road #032, Forest Service road #761, Tie Fork road (Forest Service road #725) and Upper Tie Fork Single Track trail (Forest Service trail #023) located in Township 10 South, Range 6 East, Section 19, northeast quarter all within the Salt Lake Based Meridian. See attached map. The public is asked to not report or extinguish the fire.